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  • Is home cooking making mums miserable?
  • Is home cooking making mums miserable?
    Mark Nye ©
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Is home cooking making mums miserable?

The home-cooked meal remains, in the popular imagination at least, a hallmark of a happy, healthy family. But according to a new study, this rose-tinted view obscures the negative effects of home cooking - namely that mothers are still taking on the lion’s share of the work.

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